Friday, December 10, 2010

Favorite Friday Recipe: Corn Souffle

This is probably one of my most favorite tried and true recipes--it's great for holiday occasions like Thanksgiving or Christmas and easy to bring for potlucks. 

If you're looking for another side dish to add to your holiday dinner table--this is it!

Corn Souffle

  • 1 can creamed corn
  • 1 can whole corn (drained) 
  • 1 tub 8oz sour cream (I've used greek yogurt to great success) 
  • 1/2 stick melted butter (I've used less as well, the actual recipe calls for 1 stick, so it depends how adventurous you're feeling!) 
  • 1 box of Jiffy corn bread mix

  • Mix the two cans of corn and sour cream together
  • Add in melted butter and Jiffy corn bread mix and combine thoroughly
  • Place in 8x8 baking dish (or just mix everything in the baking dish to start)
  • Bake for 50-60 min at 350 F until firm in the middle and golden brown on sides
  • Best served warm with a big spoon!
**this recipe can be easily doubled to fit in a 9x13 pan

I had taken a lot of step by step pictures but my camera card is holding them hostage!  This recipe is part of Prettymommy's holiday recipe exchange.  This week featured some really great recipes including:

Monday: Enchilada soup by the Go to Girls
Tuesday: Deviled eggs by civetta
Wednesday: Peanut butter chocolate chip cookies by the 30 Girl
Thursday: Snickerdoodle-Eggnog cookie pies by Lighter and Local
Friday: Corn Souffle by me!


  1. That looks delicious! Thank god I smuggled a box of Jiffy corn bread mix from Maine in October!

  2. This looks good! I have been wanting to try a corn souffle. Do you think I could sub in fresh corn?

  3. sure fresh corn would be great but you do need a can of creamed corn--I think it helps with texture and mixing with the cornbread mix!

  4. Whoa. That sounds delish.

    Have you ever made the PW's corn casserole? It is crazy good!

    Now I want corn!

  5. I am trying this right now... and will find out the results in 60 minutes. It was really easy to put together :)